My home at Christmas

There's a storm brewing here in Southern Sweden and I don't like it. The only positive is that it's supposed to snow tonight and I do love a little snow around Christmas! Since we're hoping to visit Katrinetorp Christmas market tomorrow and chopping down our tree on Saturday I'm definitely starting to get into the Christmas mood! before the decorating begins I thought I'd share a few pictures of our home from last Christmas.








My Scandinavian Home
Makes me realise how much there is to do!

If you'd like to see a few more pictures and find out where some of the items are from you are welcome to follow these links: my christmas work space, my Christmas sitting room and my Christmas tree

Oh and if you think you may be looking for a more unconventional tree this year you must check out these ideas and this DIY project

PS My Scandinavian Home featured in the Smallable advent calendar yesterday - you can find a short interview behind 4th December if you fancy a read!

Have a lovely Thursday!



34 comments:

  1. Those large white stars are very beautiful. What are they made of? Paper?

    Nan

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    1. ikea sells them, they are made out of cardboard

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  2. Your home is beautiful, as always, but especially so at Christmas. I love all the subtle decorations you've chosen every year. Nothing too glittery or brightly colored. Classic and lovely! xo

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  3. i love your home, and i love this blog of yours! so happy i stumbled upon it the other week. i live in malmö and am indoors right now, expecting the storm to arrive any time soon.

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    1. It's really blowing outside isn't it? Our windows are actually rattling! Happy to hear from another Malmö gal! :)

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  4. I love it all the stars, the birch, the mercury glass! We finally had snow yesterday & it does feel more Christmasy, now come the arctic temps.

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  5. Love that perfect tree and its perfect spot! Waiting for the storm here as well:) xo Caroline

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    1. Thank you Caroline! It was a lovely tree wasn't it? I'm thinking of going for something a little more a-symmetric this year but then again I say that every year!

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  6. Your home is lovely! I love your style-plain and simple, yet so classy. Small details make big difference. Great job!

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  7. I think I have your Christmas tree in my PINS on Pinterest already, I just love your home, it's so bright! Concerning the snow, we will have again some fresh snow tomorrow, for Christmas market in our smal village, just love it! Have a great Weekend! Hug, Barbara

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  8. I feels warm and cosy.What more can I say? Love it!!

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    1. Thank you! It was a really lovely cosy Christmas. I hope I can re-create the same feel this year!

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  9. Your house is so dreamy and inspiring. You've helped me make my decision on a new floor! Thank you :)

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    1. Thank you! When we moved in the floor was dark oak - and then we white washed it which has made a massive difference to the light. x

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  10. It's perfect! From head to toe, from ceiling to the floor.... I always try to be scandi style aka not too much decorative while decorating home for xmas, but usually I fail and my home is packed1 ur is perfect ;)

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  11. Now this is serious inspiration! :) Also, I want to congratulate you for this beautiful blog you created. Sometimes I just can't stop clicking in the links on "related posts".
    Being portuguese but dreaming with the nordics and scandinavian style, I can't wait for the moment of my life when all of this will be more than inspiration and becoming real life - I hope! (Yes, I want to live somewhere in northen Europe soon!)
    Great blog indeed!
    All the best.
    Sara Lemos

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  12. Beautiful :)
    I love your blog, I have been reading it for quite some time by now :) Every day but weekends :)
    I love the lamp on your working desk: what make is it?
    Love,
    Aleksandra

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  13. OMG LOVE this post:) so totally cute and feminine christmas style....now following you on bloglovin

    Check out my new post....Amazing handmade patchwork rugs:)

    Have a fab weekend dear

    LOVE Maria at inredningsvis - inredning it's, Swedish for decor :)

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  14. Yay so lovely, haven't been here in a while (work has been driving me crazy), but happy to be back. Happy Christmas!

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  15. This is all so lovely for the holiday season! Loving all the tiny details :)
    xo TJ

    http://www.hislittlelady.com

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  16. Wow, lovely home, very inspiring! I have two questions for you : 1) The white and grey fur on the chairs, is it sheep fur ? 2) The black and white geometric plate in your kitchen, where did you get it ?
    Thank you.
    A fan from Québec (Canada)

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  17. Lovely home! And lovely blog, very glad I stumbled across it! I was wondering, if maybe you could do something on smaller spaces. I'm going back home in May (potentially) after finishing uni and I would love to give it a revamp, get a double bed in there etc but my room isn't that big. Would love to read a post on your thoughts and suggestions.
    Thank you
    www.afrobritchick.com

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    1. Hi Nadine. You might want to take a peek at some of the small spaces I have shown here:http://www.myscandinavianhome.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/small%20spaces good luck with the revamp, make sure you send us some pictures! /Niki

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  18. Your home is breathtaking. I especially love your kitchen. I also love your antique phones which create such great character to the room!

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